Question by R1980: Chicken Marinade/Cooking Tips: Can you do this with butter and salt?
I don’t like chicken very much and am looking for a new way to cook it. The problem is, I have food sensativites so my diet is limited. Can I do a marinade using butter and salt? Also, would a Foreman grill make for a better texture? Chedar cheese, sour cream, yogurt or buttermilk could also be used. Any tips are appreciated. Thanks!
Answer by somebody
Regarding the marinade – can you handle vinegar, oil, and soy sauce? You can make a really good marinade by just mixing about equal parts of each, with pepper if that’s all right.
If that doesn’t work for you, butter and salt is also a great idea but I wouldn’t do it as a marinade. When I was ovenless for a summer, I used to cook boneless chicken by sauteeing it in butter and salt in a frying pan. The pan needs to be hot, but not so hot that the butter burns. When the chicken’s done, you can cook all kinds of vegetables in the leftover butter, or pour it over rice or mashed potatoes. It retains a lot of the flavor from the chicken and tastes amazing. Give it a shot!
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